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Clinical Papers

Issue 27 – Insomnia as an expression pattern of obstructive sleep apnea – effect of nighttime ventilation therapy

Issue 26 – Association of Psychiatric Disorders and Sleep Apnea in a Large Cohort

Issue 25 – More Brain Benefits with CPAP Therapy

Issue 24 – How Does CPAP Affect Your Sex Life

Issue 23 – Sleep Apnea Treatment May Protect Against Heart Failure

Issue 22 – COPD and Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)-The Overlap Syndrome

Issue 21 – Snoring May Be Early Sign Of Future Health Risks

Issue 20 – Productivity At Work Improved For Sleep Apnea Patients Using CPAP

Issue 19 – Sleep Apnea Associated with Higher Mortality from Cancer

Issue 18 – Sleep Apnea Oxygen Intake Associated With Increased Dementia Risk

Issue 17 – CPAP Therapy Restores Brain Tissue in Adults with Sleep Apnea

Issue 16 – Effects of nCPAP on Insulin Sensitivity in Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Issue 15 – Provent Therapy Significantly Improves Sleep Apnea with High Patient Compliance

Issue 14 – Pollution, Temperature Related to Sleep-disordered Breathing

Issue 13 – Obesity Boosts Severity of Oxygen Depletion Associated with SDB

Issue 12 – Study Demonstrates that OSA worsens Diabetes

Issue 11 – Patients with OSA Frequently Suffer from Gastrointestinal Tract Conditions

Issue 10 – Comparison between Automatic and Fixed Positive Airway Pressure Therapy in the Home

Issue 9 – Even mild sleep apnea increases cardiovascular risk

Issue 8 – Surgical Weight Loss Does Not Eliminate Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Issue 7 – Study Provides Evidence of Brain Damage in Adults with OSA

Issue 6 – Surgery Has No Clear Benefit For Sleep Apnea

Issue 5 – Sleep-disordered Breathing and CPAP Compliance in a Group of Commercial Bus Drivers in HK

Issue 4 – Sleep Disorder Linked to Heart Failure Patient Deaths

Issue 3 – OSA and the Metabolic Syndrome in Community-based Chinese Adults in HK (HKU)

Issue 2 – Daytime Sleepiness from OSA May Raise Risk for Cardiovascular Problems

Issue 1 – CPAP Users Breathe Better and Remember Better